Former Apple engineers working with Motorola to stamp out manufacturing defects (via CNBC)

Anna-Katrina Shedletsky

Motorola Mobility has been on the front line of innovation in the new product development process for decades. Ever heard of Six Sigma? They invented that. Designing and manufacturing multiple new phones every year on short timelines has required new innovations. With a focus on accelerating and reducing unnecessary inefficiencies in their development process, Motorola has partnered closely with Instrumental to become more competitive while continuing to deliver high quality products to their customers. Kif Leswing of CNBC shares the story, including an exclusive interview with Kevin Zurawski, Senior Manufacturing Engineer at Motorola and Instrumental power-user.

Kevin told Kif, “Instrumental’s machine learning allows for unit-to-unit comparisons, build-to-build comparisons, and immediate operator feedback when defects are detected, therefore reducing high dollar rework and component scrap costs.”

Stay tuned for the detailed case study on our work with Motorola.

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